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Is 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle a Scam? What You NEED To Know

By Kyle / April 30, 2017

If you came across a program called 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle I strongly urge you NOT to buy into it. This system is being promoted by Our Wealth Secret and other fake programs. Much of the information they give you is misleading and makes you think that it is easy to earn money with this system But the truth is that it is NOT easy, not even close.

Is 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle a scam? Yes, I would say it is a scam. I have reviewed this program and I do not consider it to be very legitimate nor ethical. In this review I’ll tell you a few things that you should know and the truth about it all.

8 Figure Dream Lifestyle Review

There are a lot of fake cover programs that are promoting 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle. One in particular, which is the one that referred me to this program, is called Our Wealth Secret. Our Wealth Secret is a scam and is nothing more than a funnel to get you to buy into this 8 Figure Dream BS.

But anyway, on to the review of this program…

8 figure dream lifestyleI know it may sound tempting to buy into this program. There are testimonials out there that are pretty insane, and hearing other people tell you that they have made $50,000 in a month and even up to $25,000 in a single week is pretty darn tempting.

Unfortunately what you are hearing is in no way realistic at all. The truth is that, while you can make money with this system, it is NOT very realistic and you more than likely won’t.


8 Figure Dream Lifestyle is a high ticket MLM program.

They offer extremely expensive “high-ticket” digital info products where you can earn big commissions.

On the MLM side of things, their whole business model revolves around recruitment. Recruiting new people into the system is the name of the game.

Basically this is a program where you can make money by recruiting other people and telling them about all the money they can make by selling this same program to others.

You can make good money with this program, there is no doubt about it, but you probably will not. And I’ll explain all of this soon.

The Products

As I said, 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle is a high-ticket system, aka big ticket system. This means that they sell insanely high priced products.

The good part is that when you sell these products you can make a lot more money per sale. The bad part is that it is much more difficult to sell them because of their steep prices.

8 Figure Dream Lifestyle has 5 product packages ranging from $2,000 to $22,000.

They all have the cost of the actual product. But in addition to this they have what is called a “license cost”. This is what you need to pay to be able to earn commissions selling the product to other people. And since this is the whole point of this system, you are going to have to do that to be able to make good money.

The products are as follows…

Basic Package

  • Product Cost: $2,000
  • License Cost: $195
  • Commission Rate: 100%

Builder Package

  • Product Cost: $3,500
  • License Cost: $295
  • Commission Rate: 100%

Advanced Package

  • Product Cost: $6,500
  • License Cost: $395
  • Commission Rate: 100%

Pro Package

  • Product Cost: $12,500
  • License Cost: $445
  • Commission Rate: 100%

VIP Package

  • Product Cost: $22,000
  • License Cost: $495
  • Commission Rate: 100%

As you can see, all of the products have a 100% commission rate. This means if you sell a basic package membership to someone you will get the entire $2,000 and the same goes for all the other packages.

These packages include a good bit of digital information on a wide range of things like fitness, confidence, business, and others. But the main thing people buy them for is of course for the ability to resell them and make commissions.

So the most important part of the packages is their training and tools for online marketing, which is going to help you go out and sell these packages to others. And just to give you an idea of what you are looking at here, below is a screenshot of what all is included in the Basic Package…

The Commission Structure

There are 4 ways to get paid in this system. These include direct sales, qualifying sales, roll up sales, and upgrades, each of which I will briefly go over.

Direct Sales

Direct sales are the sales that you directly make. So if you recruit a new person in and get them to buy the Basic Package at $2,000, that is a direct sale.

With all direct sales you make 100% commissions.

Qualifying Sales

Whenever you get your first sale, that is known as a qualifying sale.

And this is where the MLM (multi-level marketing) structure comes in. Every qualifying sale gets bumped up the person’s sponsor, aka the person that recruited the seller into the program in the first place.

So when you make your first sale you will not get to keep it. It will go to the person that recruited you in. And the same goes for every person that you recruit. All of their first sales will be bumped up to you.

You have to make a qualifying sale at each level. So if you start out with the Basic Package and make a qualifying sale, you can make money by recruiting people in at the Basic Package level. But if you upgrade to the Builder Package, you then have to make another qualifying sale that will get bumped up.

Roll Up Sales

Roll up sales happen when one of the people beneath you in the system make a sale that is higher than the product package that they currently have.

So lets say that you recruited Jim into the system and he bought the Basic Package for $2,000. He then goes on to make a sale for the Advanced Package for $6,500.

The problem here is that you can only make commissions on products that you have the licensing rights. So since Jim only has the Basic Package he does not qualify to receive the entire commission for the Advance Package that he sold to someone. He will only be able to receive $2,00o of that, which is the amount he would get for selling the Basic Package, which he does own the rights to sell.

So these commissions that Jim doesn’t get will then be rolled up to you. Since he only gets $2,000 of the $6,500, you would get the remaining $4,500.


You also get paid any time one of your “associates” or the people beneath you decide to upgrade to a higher priced package.

So if Jim decides to upgrade from the $2,000 Basic Package to the $6,500 Advanced Package, you will get paid $4,500.

It’s WAY Harder To Make Money Than It May Seem

The fact of the matter is that most of the people that get involved with high ticket mlm’s like this don’t go on to make the money they think they will. Most people will never even recoup the amount the spend on the Basic Package, which means they will never end up making a sale.

I have reviewed hundreds of online scams and dozens upon dozens of high-ticket mlm’s that are very similar to this, two of the most well known being Aspire and MOBE. They are all the same when it comes to the success rate…. the failure rate is always MUCH higher.

With a system like this one I would expect the failure rate to be around 97% or higher. Its just not a good system. Your profits are going to revolve around selling this extremely high priced system to other people by telling them about all the money they can make by selling the same system to other people.

It just doesn’t work as well as people lead you to believe.

You were probably told that you could make easy money and tons of it when it comes to it, but what you need to realize is that the people telling you this are just members that are selling the different product packages to make money, which is what you will be doing to make money as well if you join.

Final Thoughts & My Recommendation

I definitely do not recommend this system. It is very shady and will just not work out like people tell you. I would even go as far to say this is a scam. Its all about buying in and selling it to make money. And while some people will go on to make good money, most people will not.

The only way you are going to be able to make good money is if you are a recruitment machine. Recruitment is the name of the game. You need to get as many people underneath you as possible to turn a good profit. Get as many as you can below you and profit off of their efforts.

So unless you are one heck of a sales person I would say there is no good chance you will make money with this. And even if you are I still would not recommend such a illegitimate program like this one.

What I Will Suggest

If you are interested in making money online then I suggest you read about how I make a living working online.

While there are a lot of online scams, there are also ways to legitimately make a lot of money online. You can read about how I do so by clicking the link below. I already wrote a full post on how I do and how others can get started doing the same.

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Comments, questions, concerns??? Leave them below in the comment section and I’ll get back to you soon!

About the author


My name is Kyle and I am the owner of Earn Beast. I created this website to explore the various ways of earning and mainly focus on teaching others how they can make money online. To learn how I make a full-time income online, Click Here


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